Monthly Archives: December 2021

Nicolas Cage says he was “marginalized” by Hollywood

Nacho pajin December 31, 2021 – 8:25 AM The moment Nicolas Cage became an internet sensation coincided, interestingly enough, with the lowest point in his career. It doesn’t matter that he comes from a family as famous as the Coppolas (his aunt and uncle are Talia Shire and Francis Ford …

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January Food and Drink Events in Greater Phoenix

You might be in an eating coma after Christmas and New Years, but there are definitely some must-see food events in January. Whether it is learning about the relationship between farmers and restaurants, a magical afternoon tea and several beer festivals, it is sure to be a fun start to …

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Home Movies

“Azor” (unrated, 1 hour 40 minutes, Mubi) A plot that simmers quietly in the realm of big money and political violence in the late 1970s – Argentina follows private banker Ivan (Fabrizio Rongione), newly arrived from Geneva with his wife, Ines (Stéphanie Cleau), to replace a colleague who mysteriously disappeared …

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Should small eyes offend the Chinese? Debate over triggers for a new movie

Chinese animated film I am what I am has been embroiled in controversy since its inception on December 17, simultaneously receiving a tidal wave of five-star reviews and negative comments on Douban, China’s response to IMDb. The harsh words mostly focus on the size and shape of the eyes of …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – YEAR REVIEW 2021: Park Theater opens after years of hard work

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript Posted: 12/29/2021 17:01:50 PM Modified: 12/29/2021 17:01:25 PM After more than a decade of fundraising and planning, Jaffrey’s Park Theater opened in August as a movie theater and performance venue. In the five months since its opening, it has welcomed over 5,000 visitors]to see films and artists. “I …

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The MCU has already introduced its host Venom

Spider-Man: No Way Home has set up the MCU’s version of Venom – and Mac Gargan would be the perfect Venom host in the Marvel Shared Universe. This article contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Path Home. Spider-Man: No Path Home left a Venom symbiote fragment in the MCU, and the …

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From The Dry to My Name Is Gulpilil: Australia’s 10 Best Movies of 2021 | australian cinema

MMost – if not all – of us would like the memories of 2021 to be erased from our minds after a rush so we can move on from a year that – just like the previous one – has been rightly and consistently referred to as a ‘shitshow’. . …

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The 13th edition of the Bengaluru International Film Festival will be held in February 2022

The 13th edition of the Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFES) is scheduled to be held in February 2022. The announcement was made by the festival’s organizer, Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy. The event was scheduled to take place in April 2021 but has been postponed due to the pandemic. A statement on …

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A Bright Future: TV and Film Opportunities for Louth Creatives

While various blockages have allowed your creativity to flow over the past few years, 2022 could bring new horizons as talent is sought in Co Louth for new TV and film initiatives across Ireland. Three new free opportunities have been launched for writers, directors and producers in regions by the …

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Bill to grant incentives to winning artists tabled

Paolo Romero – The Filipino Star December 27, 2021 | 00h00 MANILA, Philippines – A bill to provide incentives to award-winning filmmakers, writers, artists and performers at international film festivals and other prestigious competitions has been introduced in the Senate. Senator Sonny Angara introduced Senate Bill 2467 or the “Artist …

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Diana’s Help: “Fatiguing” Flop Spencer Was “Uncomfortable Watching” | Movies | Entertainment

Diana’s private voice and presence coach Stewart Pearce said the portrayal of the princess in the film was “boring” and failed to capture the true spirit of her royal friend. Pearce admitted that the breathy and stressed way of the dialogue often meant he couldn’t understand parts of the film. …

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Kazakh film “Poet” enters the program of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival

NUR-SULTAN – “Akyn” (“Poet”) a movie directed by Kazakh director Darezhan Omirbayev is among the top ten titles at Forum 2022 – a prestigious program of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival, better known as Berlinale, one of the largest annual film festivals in the world, Kazakhfilm press service reports. …

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Nicole Kidman in Being the Ricardos Shows Biography Actors Don’t Have to Be Lookalikes

Llong before anyone saw a minute of Aaron Sorkin’s new movie Being the Ricardos, the knives were already being sharpened for her star Nicole Kidman. In April, tabloid photos of Kidman on set sparked an immediate reaction. Fans on social media didn’t think she could convincingly play Lucille Ball, the …

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Bucks County Playhouse Launches South Asian Art Initiative

NEW HOPE, PA – Producers at Bucks County Playhouse on Tuesday announced a new multidisciplinary program called the South Asian Artistic Initiative, designed to showcase the impact of South Asian heritage arts and artists. Local producers Alexander Fraser, Robyn Goodman and Josh Fiedler are teaming up with producer, director and …

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TNC Presents New Yiddish Representative in CRAZY MESHUGE HURRICANE EARTHQUAKE, January 12-19

From January 12 to 19, 2022, Theater for the New City will present the New Yiddish Rep production of “Crazy Meshuge Hurricane Earthquake” by Amy coleman, directed by David Mandelbaum. This six-figure play is the story of an unlikely bond that develops between a secular, middle-aged Jewish woman and a …

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Double Dose of Flee and Billie Eilish – The Hollywood Reporter

On Tuesday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the finalists of 15 finalists in 10 Oscar categories: feature documentary, short documentary, international feature film, makeup / hairstyle, original music, original song, short film by animation, live-action short, sound and visual effects – gives us some clues as …

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James Velissaris of Finch Fortress Films has been named Associate Producer of upcoming independent film “The Dropout”

Upcoming Independent Feature “The Dropout” Takes the Head of Finch Fortress Films James Velissaris as associate producer. Ex-Files Productions, the feature film production company behind the upcoming independent film “The Dropout”, has announced that Finch Fortress Films founder and CEO James Velissaris will serve as associate producer on the film. …

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Pictures on Pink Paper: rediscovering an avant-garde feminist classic from the 80s

Just as the academic Teresa de Lauretis writes about Chantal Akerman’s classic Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du commerce, 1080 Brussels (1975), Pictures on Pink Paper is a film which “addresses its viewer as a woman. , regardless of the gender of the spectators. […] the film defines all the points …

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Nico Hiraga is ready to assemble and grind

Nico Hiraga basks against black velvet curtains, surrounded by streamers and balloons. Playing with a noisemaker, he makes jokes and opens a bottle of champagne while the camera flashes, golden confetti is raining down. The fun may be staged for the photoshoot, but Hiraga looks as comfortable here as he …

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Obituary of Andre BENNETT (1936 – 2021) – Toronto, ON

ANDRÉ BENNETT January 24, 1936 – December 14, 2021 After a recent diagnosis of cancer, and surrounded by the love of his family, André passed away peacefully in Toronto at Bridgepoint Hospital. André lived his life with passion and found great joy in solitary and social activities. Under the eyes …

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10 Best Philosophy Movies, Ranked

There are a myriad of films on art, culture, and philosophy for the movie buff or average viewer who wants to listen to experts tackle tough questions. Philosophy films often deal with themes like existentialism, ethics, and even pop culture. RELATED: 15 Best Movies With Accurate Portrayals Of Ancient History …

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How She Moves is an ode to a beloved teacher and her resistance

The short documentary traces the inspiring life of Indu Mitha, one of Pakistan’s last classical dance teachers. “You are what you can do,” says 90-year-old Indu Mitha, a teacher from Bharatnatyam who has dedicated her life to teaching dance in Pakistan. Directed and produced by Anya Raza and Ayesha Linnea, …

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‘CODA’ and ‘Dune’ get a boost in best picture

Emilia Jones in CODA. Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photo by Seacia Pavao / Apple TV + Each week until February 8, when the Oscar nominations will be announced, Vulture will consult his crystal ball to determine the changing fortunes of this year’s Oscar race. In our “Oscar termWe’ll keep you up to …

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Mike Silva, candidate for Newark East neighborhood council seat, announces lead campaign team

Michael J. Silva, candidate for the open council seat in East Newark, today announced key members of his campaign team. “I couldn’t be happier to announce the formation of our campaign’s senior management team,” said Michael J. Silva. “Throughout my career, I have dedicated my life to serving our community …

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Vale Jane Alsobrook, Film Director and Distributor

Jane Alsobrook, film director, distributor and marketing ace, died this week at her home in Sedona, Arizona, at the age of 78. She was part of the film distribution scene in Australia for a while and captured the hearts of many with her dazzling smile and keen intelligence. She came …

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Best sci-fi horror movies of the 2020s

For almost as long as the concept of science fiction has existed, the genre has flirted, with varying degrees of success, with the world of horror. Some of the oldest and best known examples include Robert Louis Stevenson The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and that of …

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Why a former filmmaker turned SMU rower shares her fight

It all started with a flyer in Lauren Hadaway’s mailbox during her freshman year at SMU: “Join Novice Rowing. No experience required. “ Hadaway’s love-hate relationship with sport sparked four years of mental and physical angst – much of it self-inflicted – and peaked more than a decade later in …

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ViacomCBS Directors Initiative Defines Five For Its Class 2021-22 – Deadline

This is scene 1, Take 1 for class 2021-22 from the initiative of the directors of ViacomCBS. This year’s group, which is guaranteed to lead a television episode on CBS, includes Julie Herlocker, Joy T. Lane Steven J. Kung, Pat Santana and Bao Tran. The initiative provides a platform for …

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The filming of the Beatles Manager movie Midas Man postponed until next year

The film, based on the life of Beatles manager Brian Epstein, will not resume filming until January. man from midas, the next film based on the life of Beatles manager Brian Epstein, was set to resume filming last month. The film tells the story of Epstein’s role in the creative …

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Trippy trailer released for “Everything Everywhere All At Once” starring Michelle Yeoh

An action-packed trailer has been released for the upcoming film Everything everywhere at once, with Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh. Yeoh, who recently appeared in Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings and crazy rich asians, plays Evelyn, a mother embarked on a sci-fi action adventure after learning that she …

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Full Circle Lab Philippines extended for three years | News

The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and the French production and consulting company Tatino Films are teaming up for a new three-year cycle (2022-2024) of the Full Circle Lab Philippines for film professionals from the Philippines and Southeast Asia. Launched in 2019, the Project and Talent Development Program …

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What Sam Worthington has done since the avatar of James Cameron

Sam Worthington rose to fame after starring in the massive sci-fi epic Avatar, but what roles has he played since the film’s release? Sam worthington was positioned to be a big Hollywood star after her lead role in James Cameron Avatar– over a decade later, what has the actor appeared …

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Pedro Almodóvar always makes shocking films

In the 1970s, when he made his first shorts in Super 8 and his first feature film, Almodóvar’s uninhibited imagination allowed him to revise the plots on the fly as the friends who played his characters entered and left the rooms. shootings. From the start, his work challenged all the …

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Streaming Boom Pushes Big-Budget UK Production Spending to £ 6 Billion | Television industry

The amount spent on making Hollywood hits such as the latest Indiana Jones film and big budget dramas including the Star Wars TV spin-off Andor in the UK this year is on track to hit a record high of £ 6bn, thanks to a pandemic-fueled spending spree as streaming giants …

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Moonwhite Films International Film Fest – MWFIFF 2021 expands with “Money Heist” series

The 4th Moonwhite Films International Film Fest – MWFIFF 2021 presented by SBI in association with Anup Jalota was held LIVE ONLINE this year. MWFIFF, Devashish Sargam (Raj) the Founder and Director, along with his jury Anup Jalota, Jaspinder Narula, Gufi Paintal, Pt. Suvashit Raj, Yogesh Lakhani, added another new …

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EP “American Experience” Cameo George Presents Upcoming Season

Since being named executive producer of “American Experience” in July 2020, Cameo George has been busy expanding and diversifying PBS’s roster of iconic historical documentary series, with the upcoming 34th season being the first fully produced. under his leadership. The new “American Experience” season kicks off February 7 with “Riveted: …

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The R * pe affair of French director Luc Besson was dismissed after a judicial investigation!

French director Luc Besson’s R * pe case dismissed after a judicial investigation (Photo credit: Facebook / Luc Besson) A complaint against Luc Besson, the French director of ‘The Fifth Element’ and ‘Lucy’, was dismissed by a Paris judge after a lengthy judicial investigation. A source close to the Paris …

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Raveena Tandon talks about her OTT debut with ‘Aranyak’

Raveena Tandon is known to be quite adept at reinventing herself throughout her 30-year career. Since making her debut in GP Sippy’s “Patthar Ke Phool” in 1991, she has surprised her admirers and critics by making U-turns at regular intervals. At the peak of her career, while still at the …

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Visual Effects (VFX) Market Size To Increase $ 5.56 Billion | Growing demand for high quality content to drive market growth

To get the exact annual growth variance and the growth rate YOY, Talk to our analyst. Key market dynamics: The growing demand for high quality content is driving the growth of the visual effects market in particular. Digital video content platforms such as Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, and Hulu have …

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Where are the Harry Potter stars now ahead of the 20th anniversary reunion?

With the TV special Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Return to Hogwarts Airing on HBO Max on New Years Day, Potter Fever is back with a vengeance. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, the three stars who played Harry, Ron and Hermione, are all ready to share their memories of …

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“Warhunt” – Mickey Rourke stars in a WWII horror movie that should pair well with “Overlord” [Trailer]

Catherine corman is a talented photographer, filmmaker and artist in her own right. She is also the daughter of the legendary filmmaker and career launcher Roger corman and producer Julie corman. Catherine recently made a short film titled “Lost horizon” with his father and sister, Marie Tessa Corman, which is …

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The world of entertainment has seen a rebirth in 2021

After a year of closures and cancellations, 2021 has brought a rebirth and renewal to the entertainment industry. Glamor made a big comeback on catwalks and red carpets in Europe and the United States, which saw the return of the Met Gala and major film festivals and awards shows. The …

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Filmocracy presents impact cinema at the second edition of the Filmocracy Fest

Filmocracy festival logo “We hope that our passion for making impact films will manifest in our programming,” says co-founder Paul Jun, who developed Filmocracy For Change with co-founder and programmer Jon Fitzgerald. “Filmocracy is dedicated to supporting impact filmmaking through education, mentorship and programming.” LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) December 07, 2021 …

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Keira Knightley recalls sweet but scary encounter with fan

Keira Knightley attends a New York City screening of “The Aftermath” at the Whitby Hotel on March 13, 2019 in New York City. File / AFP The actor starred in the hugely popular 2003 romantic comedy alongside Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman. Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment …

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Tonight on TV: Films not to miss on Monday, December 6, 2021

Directed by Shane Black. A movie starring Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley, Kim Basinger, Keith David, Yaya DaCosta, Beau Knapp, Rachele Brooke Smith. Original title: The nice guys. Comedy genre – United States, 2016. Los Angeles, 1977. For some time now, the air has been …

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List of the 2022 Oscars in animation, documentary and international feature films

The Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences has announced the eligibility lists for international animated films, documentaries and feature films, which are expected to have another very competitive year. There are 26 animated feature films eligible for this year’s awards, although some of the films have not yet had their …

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Glamor everywhere as stars walk the red carpet for the 2021 Bifa Awards

Actor Stephen Graham, Irish star Niamh Algar, Kate Beckinsale and Gugu Mbatha-Raw are among the stars on the red carpet at this year’s British Independent Film Awards (Bifa). This year’s ceremony, to be held in London and hosted by Asim Chaudhry, will see Sir Kenneth Branagh’s film Belfast – based …

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Why do we like to overestimate the Joker so much? | Movie theater

Joker arrives on Netflix on December 6. The climate for superhero movies has not been very calm lately. Not the fault of those who make them (they continue on their way without being discouraged), but of those who refuse to accept this genre as artistic expression. When we approach this …

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Bulbul director Paudel arrives with new movie “Rubber City”

KATMANDOU: Binod Paudel, director of Bulbul, is soon preparing a new feature film “Rubber City”. Shot in the United States, this film is a story of the struggles of Bhutanese refugees who languished in Nepal for over a decade and then resettled in the United States. The “Rubber City” team …

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Lowell High School Documentary “Try Harder” Opens in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – High-performing Lowell High School in San Francisco has been in the news about the school district’s review of its admissions process. But while stories about Lowell often treat college students like faceless numbers, a new documentary opening Friday in major cities, including San Francisco, shines a …

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‘Sir. First birthdays at the Showcase – East Greenwich News

Above: Cast and producers of Mr. Birthday on the red carpet. A mix of Rhode Island and Hollywood share the red carpet Chad and Michelle Verdi of East Greenwich have been producing films for a decade now – including Bleed for This (about Vinnie Pazienza) and Martin Scorcese’s The Irishman …

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North Carolina State Budget for Fiscal Year 2022 Highlights Incentives for Film Industry

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) – After a strong year in North Carolina, the state budget presents changing incentives for filmmakers. The new state budget for the next fiscal year changes the conditions for films requesting a rebate through the NC Cinema and Entertainment Exchange. The NC Film and Entertainment Grant program …

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt reveals inspirations for Mr. Corman’s look, feel – The Hollywood Reporter

On the black comedy of Apple TV + Mr. Corman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Josh Corman, a fifth-grade teacher living in the San Fernando Valley. Confronted with loneliness in his late 30s after a break-up and struggling to connect with others (including his caring roommate as well as his tough mom, …

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Best Pokémon Book – WKRG News 5

Which Pokémon book is the best? Pokemon started out as a card game where two players pit magical creatures against each other. Each card represents a different Pokémon character, each with their own unique abilities. The game has grown incredibly popular and now covers video games, TV shows, and even …

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Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles in Westfield Century City this Friday!

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF), presented annually by Visual Communications (VC), announced this week as the first series of films to be screened as part of the 37th annual Festival, which will be a hybrid event taking place virtually and in person at select …

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Teen Film arrives at the Alexandria Film Festival

Dad helps shoot a scene on the river. “The Homework Club”, created by Hallie Crawford, 15, landed a spot at the 2021 Alexandria Film Festival. There were four teenage girls embarking on a school project which turned out to be a small part of what they really learned from each …

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Things You See In Every Holiday Romantic Comedy

Going along with coming home means meeting parents who push you up the wall. It’s such a standard element of the holiday season that romantic holiday comedies regularly feature these characters as an easy way to stir up conflict. Sometimes it’s just support players showing up for a brief scene. …

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